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Congratulations Class of 2019! Educate-Oars May 2019 Robotics Competition April 2019 Science in a Bubble 2019 Pi Students Student building an EV3 robot. 2nd Annual Pi Elementary Cardboard and Duct Tape Sled Competition


Summer Office Hours


District and Business Office:

Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Please click "Read More" to see summer office hours for each of the schools and the Special Services Department.

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Pi Program: 2019-20 School Year

We are pleased to announce that the Pi Program is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year. We will be located in the current Chimacum Middle School building, along with Elementary grades 3-6.

We are accepting applications for students in grades 1-12, but there are limited places for 11th and 12th graders who have plans to split time between programs. If you are interested in Kindergarten, please speak to Jamie or Thaddeus.

We are offering classes two days a week for students in grades 1-8, with the expectation that assignments will be worked on at home with parental support for the other three days. (We would like to offer three days of classes for grades 3-8, and that may still be possible if our enrollment supports more staff time). At the High School level we will offer a wide range of courses, with classes meeting between 1 and 3 times a week.

We look forward to continuing our community partnerships with the Community Boat Project and with the Pi String Orchestra.

Application forms are available at the CMS office, and the district office. Come and join us!

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CES Gardeners May 2019
District Wellness Committee Update

Exciting wellness opportunities involving nutrition, gardening, and outdoor learning are underway!

View the May 22nd Chimacum Wellness Committee presentation for details and watch for additional programming and facility improvements to come.


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Capital Projects Update

Dear Community:

Here is a summary of the capital projects work completed or being done this summer in our schools.  These projects are made possible using your capital projects and technology dollars from the 2012 and 2018 levies and from state grants. 

Note: Chimacum Elementary Open House, June 5th, 6:00 PM, meet in the current Middle School gym


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Principal Kyle Ehlis hired as Principal of Chimacum Creek Primary School


Dear Parents and Community:

Yesterday, the CCP Principal hiring team interviewed Kyle Ehlis for the Principal of CCP.  Kyle was offered and accepted the position.

Kyle comes to Chimacum Schools from the Mabton School District in Eastern Washington (a district of 850) where he is serving as an elementary assistant principal.  Prior to that he worked for several years in Pasco as a teacher, math specialist, and behavior specialist.


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Important Information

Pi Mission Statement

The Pi Program supports experiential learning, community engagement, and active family involvement. Our program utilizes individual strengths, passion, and compassion to foster intellectual curiosity, integrity, and self-initiated lifelong learning. We strive to nurture personal growth and a confident, creative spirit in our students, families, and staff. 

Pi Program Goals

• Provide our students with opportunities for successful learning experiences
• Foster feelings of respect, confidence, and self-worth by creating an atmosphere where students grow socially, emotionally and academically
• Develop relationships over time and celebrate student successes